Alumni Profiles

Jamie Long
Jamie Long Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health
I'll always remember the people I've met here at WVU. They really changed my life by being so supportive.
Amy Hunter
Amy Hunter Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Public Health Sciences - Epidemiology
I came to WVU as an undergraduate because I was impressed with the programs offered in STEM. I stayed because of the Mountaineer community.
Corey Edmonds
Corey Edmonds Master of Public Health (MPH) in Social and Behavioral Sciences
The passion and dedication of the faculty, staff and students and the people of West Virginia has been unlike anywhere else I’ve ever been.
Stacy Tressler
Stacy Tressler Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Public Health Sciences - Epidemiology
The WVU School of Public Health stands out because of its relationship with a lot of different organizations across the state.
Ksheeraja Sriram
Ksheeraja Sriram Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health
The public health program is incredibly welcoming and brimming with opportunity. No matter where your interests lie, you will find classmates who share your passions and professors who support you.
Mindy Sharon
Mindy Sharon Master of Public Health (MPH) in Social and Behavioral Sciences
I had a lot of great experiences in the School of Public Health. The faculty I worked with gave me the skills and opportunities to be able to live out my dreams.
Ayne Amjad
Ayne Amjad Master of Public Health (MPH)
I am still passionate about working on the opioid crisis and the health and nutrition of the children in our state.
Melanie DaSilva
Melanie DaSilva Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health
I choose WVU for my public health education because of the exceptional staff and unlimited opportunities that come with a degree in public health.
Jessica Tan
Jessica Tan Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health
WVU truly feels like home. It's a big university, but within the School of Public Health, you really feel like a family.
Sarah Geiger
Sarah Geiger Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Public Health Sciences
Epidemiology can be a uniquely fulfilling option for those looking to combine interests in the hard sciences, analytics and social issues.